Rutgers-Camden Teacher Development and Performance Institute for Mathematics

Rutgers-Camden Teacher Development and Performance Institute for Mathematics

 

2017 – 2018

  • Co-Principal Investigator Year 2 (with Dr. Nancy Pontes, School of Nursing), “Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Languages:  Rutgers Outreach Efforts in Cuba, Guatemala, and Bolivia” (This is a collaborative project between Rutgers Camden: Community Leadership Center, School of Nursing & Foreign Studies Department) Award Amount: $560,000/Source: U.S. Department of Education
  • Principal Investigator, Rutgers-Camden Teacher Development and Performance Institute for Mathematics in Grades K-8Award Amount: $184,402/Source: New Jersey Department of Education
  • Principal Investigator, Early Learning Research Academy/Pre-School Program and Summer Pre School Program Amount: $2,936,967/Source: Camden Board of Education.
  • Principal Investigator, JumpStart Program at Rutgers-Camden Amount: $145,000/Source: AmeriCorps through JumpStart National Organization

Rutgers Institutional Grants:

  • Cuba Collaboration Conference Grants and Support (Raised $59,775 from university sources to sponsor Cuba Conference on Sustainable Development and STEAM Fields, November 6-November 10, 2017)

Revenue Sources

 

 

Rutgers Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs  

$15,000

RU-Camden Chancellor’s Strategic Initiatives  

 

$12,500

Rutgers-Camden Conference and Symposium Grant Program  

$6,600

Rutgers School of Business – Camden  

 

$5,000

Rutgers School of Law – Camden  

 

$5,000

Rutgers School of Nursing – Camden  

 

$5,000

Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs (GAIA)  

$5,675

Rutgers-Camden Department of Public Policy and Administration

$5,000

Total Revenue

 

$59,775

Contracts:

Rutgers/LEAP Centers of Excellence

  • Yes Institute Tutoring Services ($215,000 to provide targeted tutoring services to students in grades K-12)
  • Technical Administrative Assistance/Coordination of Centers of Excellence ($247,039) to coordinate university partnerships and provide administrative supports)
  • Rutgers/LEAP College Access Center ($214,792) to provide college access academic support, guidance and supervise dual enrollment offerings with Rutgers-Camden)
  • LEAP Technical Media Services ($112,504) to provide develop, and sustain schools’ website, social media outlets and marketing materials)
  • LEAP Stem Fellows ($10,000 to support Rutgers students working with the LEAP Fabrication Lab)
  • LEAP Education Fellows ($40,000 to support LEAP staff competing graduate level studies on Educational Leadership at Rutgers-Camden)
  • LEAP Teacher Fellowship Institute ($100,000) to support Leap Teachers on Professional Development.

NJ Department of Human Services

  • Early Learning Research Academy ($816,540 to support wrap around and early learning programs for families through entitlement subsidies)  

NJ Department of Agriculture

  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program ($213,831 to provide food and nutrition services to children through entitlement subsidies)  

 

2016 – 2017

  • Co-Principal Investigator (with Dr. Nancy Pontes), “Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Languages” grant for Rutgers outreach efforts in Cuba, Guatemala, and Bolivia.  A collaborative project between Rutgers Camden: Community Leadership Center, School of Nursing & Foreign Studies Department, $560,000 Source: U.S. Department of Education.
  • Rutgers-Camden Teacher Development and Performance Institute for Mathematics, $380,000, Source: New Jersey Department of Education.
  • Puerto Rico Graduate MPA Program, $314,600, Source: Asuntos Legislativos & Commonwealth of PR. 
  • Aireko Foundation, MPA Certificate Program in Community Development for Puerto Rico, $21,000.
  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program, $2,936,967, Source: Camden Board of Education. 
  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program, $130,000, Source: New Jersey Department of Human Services.
  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program, $686,540, Source: New Jersey Department of Human Services.
  • Yes Institute Tutoring Services, $215,000.
  • Rutgers – Camden Conference and Symposium Funding Grant Program, $4,000, Source: Rutgers University, Dean Office.
  • Cuba Conference, $4,000
  • Rutgers School of Nursing – Camden (SNC), $4,000
  • LEAP Contracts for Administrative Assistance/Coordination of Centers of Excellence, $181,925
  • Rutgers – Camden, JumpStart Program, 141,000, Source: AmeriCorps through JumpStart National. 
  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program, Source: $213,831, NJ Dept. of Agriculture.
  • Rutgers/LEAP Parent Institute, $90,000
  • Pre-College Services (LEAP), $290,174
  • LEAP Technical Media Services, $108,154
  • LEAP Stem Fellows, $25,000

2015 – 2016

  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program, $2,800,000, Source: Camden Board of Education. 
  • AIM High Academy, $167,580, Source: NJ Commission on Higher Education. 
  • Rutgers – Camden, JumpStart Program, $67,766, Source: JumpStart National.
  • MPA Certificate Program in Community Development for Puerto Rico, $135,000, Source: Puerto Rico Governor’s Office-Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
  • MPA Certificate Program in Community Development for Puerto Rico, $19,237, Source: Centro para Puerto Rico. 
  • Puerto Rico Office of Municipal Affairs (OCAM), MPA Certificate Program, $81,000.
  • Kinesis Foundation, $20,000.
  • Aireko Foundation, MPA Certificate Program in Community Development for Puerto Rico, $36,900.
  • Camden BOE Early Childhood Summer Pre School Program, $64,176
  • Legislative Services for PR MPA Certificate Program, $207,000
  • Public Housing MPA Certificate Program, $24,750
  • Social Justice Challenge Award, $5,000
  • Yes Institute Tutoring Services, $215,000
  • GAIA Centers Biennial Theme Funding Global Urbanism, $5,000

2014 – 2015                              

  • AIM High Academy, $176,400, Source: Commission on Higher Education, NJ Department of Education
  • Rutgers-Camden, JumpStart Program, $58,407, Source: AmeriCorps through JumpStart National. 
  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program, $1,653,270, Source: Camden Board of Education.      
  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program, $57,452 (summer pre-school grant), Source: Camden Board of Education.      
  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program, $50,000, Source: Holman Enterprises.       

2013 – 2014

  • AIM High Academy, $164,250, Source: Commission on Higher Education-NJ Department of Education.
  • Rutgers-Camden, JumpStart Program, $65,000, Source: AmeriCorps through JumpStart National.
  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program, $1,080,048, Source: Camden Board of Education.      
  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program, $47,499 (summer pre-school grant), Source: Camden Board of Education.    

2012 – 2013

  • Early Learning Research Academy (ELRA), $100,000, Source: The John E. Morgan Foundation, Inc.
  • Rutgers-Camden, JumpStart Program, $49,974, Source: AmeriCorps through JumpStart National.
  • AIM High Academy, $123,413, Source: Commission on Higher Education, NJ Department of Education.
  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program, $1,030,957, Source: Camden Board of Education.      
  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program, $40,174 (summer pre-school grant), Source: Camden Board of Education.    

2011 – 2012

  • AIM High Academy, $127,000, Source: Commission on Higher Education, NJ Department of Education.
  • Hispanic Fellowship Institute, $50,000, Source: NJ Center for Hispanic Policy, Research and Development-Department of State.
  • Rutgers Pre-School Program, $981,827 (recurring grant), Source: Camden Board of Education.
  • Rutgers-Camden, JumpStart Program, $60,570, Source: AmeriCorps through JumpStart National. 
  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program, $1,104,031, Source: Camden Board of Education.    

2010 – 2011

  • Latino Fellows Leadership Institute, $50,000, Source: Department of Community Affairs.
  • Rutgers-Camden, JumpStart Program, $56,185, Source: AmeriCorps through JumpStart National. 
  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program, $874,804, Source: Camden Board of Education.

2009 – 2010

  • Planning for Mini Capital Campaign for ELRA, $100,000, Source: Kresge Foundation.
  • ELRA Mini-Campaign, $51,000 (3 year grant), Individual Gifts. Principal Investigator (with Dr. Christine Brenner, Co-PI), Project HELP (Health Education Literacy Program), $250,000, Source: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
  • Latino Fellowship Institute for the Summer 2009, $88,000, Source: NJ Department of Community Affairs.
  • Rutgers-Camden, JumpStart Program, $112,301, Source: AmeriCorps through JumpStart National. 
  • Early Learning Research Academy Pre-School Program, $883,283, Source: Camden Board of Education.